It’s never easy to learn that you have a relative who has been diagnosed with limited life expectancy or a terminal illness. But families need to figure out how to get their loved one the care they need while also handling end-of-life affairs.
Ideally, families should have a plan prepared in the event that a loved one is diagnosed with limited life expectancy or a terminal illness. But if there’s no plan in place, figuring out such matters can be stressful. With hospice care assistance from Assisting Hands, we can help make things a bit easier by assisting the main hospice care provider in caring for your loved one.